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South Bend Tribune Staff WriterMayor Dave Wood couldn't look at the two campaign mailings lying on a table inside Mishawaka’s Republican Party headquarters Friday afternoon. One read: “Unfortunately Dave Wood hired a child molester... Then, he refused to immediately fire...
SOUTH BEND – Political gridlock in Washington and unrest in the stock market haven't kept some local companies from growing. More than 60 area businesses from actively recruited new hires at a job fair Tuesday at IU South Bend. Fair organizers...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSara Sauer was a fit athlete who played golf and softball at LaVille Junior-Senior High School in Lakeville, but when she graduated in 2004 and got an office job, she ballooned to up to more than 200 pounds. The weight piled on, she said, because of...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterAs President Barack Obama gets ready to give a major speech to the nation on the economy Thursday, The Tribune asked some local business and economics experts what they think the government should do to get the economy to produce more jobs. The group -...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — An actuarial and employee benefits consultant says a survey shows Indiana health care benefits at work rose an average of 7 percent this year for single coverage and 8 percent for family coverage. The survey by the firm...
You may soon start seeing a few more "Now Hiring" signs on local store fronts. Seasonal work is here and stores are looking to hire now. Often, temporary stores start popping up around Halloween time. Even permanent themed stores are offering full-time...
Religious institution or not? Notre Dame's president, Fr. John Jenkins, is asking the government for a better definition. It all has to do with the federal healthcare overhaul, which requires colleges and universities to provide birth control for staff...
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) - North Carolina has hired Tulsa athletic director Bubba Cunningham as the school's next AD. University trustees approved the hiring in a meeting Friday morning. Cunningham's start date is Nov. 14 and his contract runs through June...
WARSAW, Ind. (AP) — A company that provides finish coatings for automotive wheels plans to expand its operations in northern Indiana and hire dozens of more workers. Winona PVD Coatings announced Wednesday it would spend about $9 million on new...
Former Notre Dame baseball coach Dave Schrage has been hired to take over the reins of the South Dakota State University baseball program. "Dave Schrage's familiarity with our recruiting area and his success in building programs like ours make him a...
MISHAWAKA — Post-9/11 veterans are a large part of the nation’s unemployed, and in Indiana and Michigan those numbers are some of the highest. "It's almost to the point where you get to being like, ‘What's the point? What's the point...
PHOENIX (AP) — Health insurer Humana Inc. says it will begin testing all Arizona job applicants for tobacco use, and those who light up won't get the gig. The company says it will test new workers for nicotine use starting Friday, using a pre-...
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